Lionel Messi says football will never be same again due to Covid-19

Lionel Messi says football will never be same again due to Covid-19

- Lionel Messi says football will never be the same again because of Covid-19

- The Argentine and his teammates at Barcelona are planning to resume games

- Barcelona are still topping the Spanish La Liga standings with 11 games left

Barcelona captain Lionel Messi has explained that it will be hard for football to return to the same level it was before the outbreak of coronavirus which is a serious issue affecting the world.

The trouble all started in China last year December where the virus killed great numbers of people before spreading to the whole world.

Football games were also suspended in many parts of the world due to the continuous threat the virus is causing in which mass gathering has also been banned.

Lionel Messi and his teammates at Barcelona were all ordered to quarantine themselves for more than two months before football is now getting clearer picture of returning in Spain.

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However, Lionel Messi thinks that it will be hard for players and people to forget quick the hazard coronavirus has caused in football for the past months.

''Beyond the confinement and the situation that took us by surprise many people had a really hard time because this situation affected them in some ways'' Lionel Messi told El Pais.

Meanwhile, there are 11 more games to end the 2019/20 season in the Spanish La Liga with Barcelona topping the standings with two points ahead of Real Madrid.

The suspended season is also expected to resume this month where Barcelona and Real Madrid will continue their chase for the League title.

Earlier, had reported how Brazilian football legend Ronaldo Delima stylishly joined the debates on who is the best between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as he named the Argentine as his number one.

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For more than 10 years now, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have both dominated the game of football in the world and hardly is there a nation where their names is not heard.

Ronaldo Delima never played with any of these two during his own active playing days where he also played for Barcelona and Real Madrid.

And while naming the five players that he loves watching, Ronaldo Delima snubbed Cristiano Ronaldo who has been impressive for Juventus this season in all competitions.

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